Dr. Faith A. Morrisonemail firstname.lastname@example.org
Room 304A Chemical Sciences Building
Department of Chemical Engineering
Michigan Technological University
1400 Townsend Drive
Houghton, MI 49931-1295
telephone 906-487-2050 (no voice mail)
Course Web Pages (changed from quarters to semesters Fall 2000)
CM3110 Transport/Unit Operations 1
Develop an understanding of the processes of momentum transfer (fluid mechanics) and heat transfer. Presents the basic equations of microscopic momentum and heat transfer, along with macroscopic transport equations that can be used in engineering analysis.
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring (different instructor) (FAM Fall only 2002-2004, sabbatical, 2006-2011, sabbatical, 2013-2017 (12 offerings))
Pre-Requisite(s): CM 2120 and (MA 3520 or MA 3521 or MA 3530 or MA 3560) and MA 3160 and PH 2100
CM3120 Transport/Unit Operations 2
Mass transfer fundamentals applied to unit operations. Topics include Fick's Law, continuity equation with reaction and mass transfer co-efficients. Transient heat transfer and numerical solution are covered. Applications include absorption, distillation, extraction, adsorption, and membrane separations.
Semesters Offered: Spring (FAM Spring 2019)
Pre-Requisite(s): CM3110 and CM 2120 and (MA 3520 or MA 3521 or MA 3530 or MA 3560)
CM3215 Fundamentals of Chemical Engineering Laboratory
This course will be an introduction to basic laboratory methods and instrumentation used in the measurement of fluid flow, heat transfer, and mass transfer. Topics to be covered include methods of statistical data analysis, experimental design, principles of measurement and instrumentation, and presentation of data.
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring (both semesters, FAM Fall 2007 through Spring 2012, sabbatical, Fall 2013-Spring 2016 (16 offerings))
Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Major(s): Chemical Engineering
Pre-Requisite(s): CM 2120(C) and CM 3110(C) and (MA 3520 or MA 3521 or MA 3530 or MA 3560)
CM4650 Polymer Rheology
A systematic development of the principles and applications of the science of rheology. Reviews vector and tensor mathematics and Newtonian fluid dynamics. Develops the physical and mathematical nature of stress and deformations in materials. Covers the use of theory and application of rheological equations of state.
Semesters Offered: Spring (FAM 2005, 2007-2012, sabbatical, 2014-2016, go to even years, 2018)
Pre-Requisite(s): (CM 3110 or MEEM 3210 or ENG 3200 or MY 3110 or CE 3600) and (MA 3520 or MA 3521 or MA 3530 or MA 3560)
CM4655 Polymer Rheology Laboratory
Basic techniques for acquisition of shear rheological data in torsional shear (cone-and-plate and parallel-plate) and capillary shear will be taught. Also covered will be sample preparation and handling techniques for polymers.
Semesters Offered: Fall
Restrictions: Permission of instructor required; May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore
Pre-Requisite(s): CM 4610(C) or CH 4610(C) or CM 4650(C)